Power Points

Ditching coffee shops for co-working offices, advice from recent retirees, taking inventory of local companies’ printers and paper, David and Goliath-style match-ups between small business and big corporations, and more



Get Out Of Here

Where do executives go when it’s time to decompress, de-stress, and unplug? We asked.
By Scott Simone

From the Boardroom to The Bedroom

Should You Date Your Subordinate
By Scott Simone                                                                                        

U.S. Tennis Association

Employees of the sport’s official governing body are served a
volley of nifty extras.

By Bryan Yurcan
                                                                                                                

Pull Up a Desk

The co-working trend is staking its (shared) spaces throughout Westchester.
By Jeanne Muchnick                                                                                     

Retiring Minds Want to Know

Advice from the shuffleboard court
By Scott Simone                                                                                          

ME-mail

A Pelham inventor makes your emails stand out (in a good way).               
By Catalina Condon                 
 

Taking Inventory

We asked several local businesses where they source their office supplies and equipment.
By Scott Simone                                                                                      

Tick, Tock

How to deal with chronically late employees
By Scott Simone                                                                                    

Fish Story

A local seafood distributor smokes its products—and the competition.
By Philip Garrity
 

Patch Work

AOL’s hyper-local news venture sprouts up throughout Westchester—promoting citizen journalism along the way.
By Robert Schork
                                                                                       

Rising Stars

Nonprofit helps local students find their business voices.
By Jeanne Muchnick                                                                                 
 

Post It—in Style

Make a bold statement
                                                                                                               

Farmers’ Market 2.0

How Pleasantville successfully reinvented an old tradition for new times
By Phil Corso                                                                                       

An Open Source Of Profit

An Irvington Internet startup is a “textbook case” in doing well by
doing good

By Deirdre Verne